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rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams. the heaviest of our rainfall has now moved east out of the fox19 now viewing area however i will keep scattered showers in our forecast until 8am especially for areas east of downtown cincinnati. while the heaviest rain has come to a end our high water concerns remain with a flood advisory for the most of the tri state until 5:45am and a flood warning for mill creek in southeastern butler and north central hamilton counties remains in effect until 230 pm est wednesday. expect clouds to hold on for the first part of the day as temperatures stay steady in the mid 50s before falling
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cloudy skies with temps back into the 20s and then cold and dry from thursday and friday with highs in upper 30s. we get back into the 40s this weekend with our next chance of rain and snow late sunday into the first part of next week. carstar various lane and ramp closures will
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various lane and ramp closures will be in place on interstate 75 at the state route 562/norwood lateral mile marker 7 this week. northbound i-75: single lane closure at 8 p.m. followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m.; ramp to sr 562 closed at 9 p.m., with all lanes reopened by 6 a.m. the following day, monday, feb. 1 through
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the creation museum wants to and some boone county leaders are expected vote on the expansion plans tonight. the creation the museum group says there's just not enough space for traveling exhibits so they want to build a new building that will be big enough to host them. the proposal also calls for a new parking lot. if approved, the project is expected to take 3-years to complete and cost 15-20 million dollars. which is expected to be paid for through donations. more on the expansion coming up in a live report. three men are behind bars this morning... accused of leading local police on a high speed chase for a total of 55 miles. police say the chase began in lincoln heights, ending in harrison... and reached speeds of at least 90 miles per hour. anthony dewayne
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fleeing and eluding charges... jehwaun booker, also of dayton, and chucky foley of trotwood, were both arrested on several outstanding warrants. police say one of the men even recorded the chase, and posted the footage on social media. "we appreciate the suspects video taping. that will help us with our evidence. so, i don't think we're dealing with the brightest individuals here." police say a fourth person in the vehicle was released without being charged... we're told a handgun and marijuana were also recovered. governor matt bevin has signed his first bill into law since taking office... and in record time. the bill updates the state's informed consent law for women seeking abortions. bevin asked lawmakers if they wanted him to sign it upon delivery or wait until next week, when abortion opponents are planning a capitol rally. the decision was to do it immediately, so he did. lawmakers could not recall such circumstances for a bill signing. two louisville
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gambling could fix one of the state's biggest problems. the democrat and republican will propose a consitituional amendment that will legalize casino gaming... where 90 percent of the profits will go to the state's pension system. the rest would go toward increasing purses at kentucky race tracks. should women have to register for the draft? the top army and marine corps generals say "yes". military leaders say now that all combat jobs are open to women, they should be included in the requirement to register for the selective service at age 18. political leaders have so far been reluctant to endorse that proposal. should people be paid... for not committing a crime? a new proposal has a lot of people talking... ahead. an officer-involved shooting is under investigation in indiana... why police say social media alerted them to suspicious circumstances.. next.
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cincinnati indiana state police are expected to release more information about an officer-involved shooting in huntingburg. officer say it all started with a strange message on facebook. police say they were immediately suspicious after a man contacted them on the social media site, asking them to meet him at a parking lot in a park. the officers arrived to find a man with a gun.. we're told he ignored orders to put him down... police opened fire. "it's a difficult situation for these officers. any time you're put in that position, you're forced to take that type of
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what we sign up to do. we know that the potential is there any day we go to work, but to actually have to do it is extremely difficult. the community as a whole is going to feel that." the suspect is in critical condition at a hospital. police say they'll release the names of everyone involved today. los angeles police have arrested a man they say posed as a priest and officiated masses and funerals... but that's not all. investigators say erwin mena also sold thousands of dollars in fake tickets to see the pope! he is believed to have been posing as a priest since the 90s. police say he appeared at multiple parishes around california, but always vanished before catholic authorities could act. just when you think you've heard it all. do you think you should be paid.. for not committing a crime? in d-c, an anti-crime bill has a provision that would pay people who might commit or become the victims of
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trouble. the neighborhood engagement achieves results amendment act has leaders of the black lives matter movement. no word on how much cash d-c taxpayers would shell out for the bill. coming up... we're getting our first look at a movie that put the spotlight. plus... doing something that hasn't been 10 years... how this budweiser ad has a different
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the heaviest of our rainfall has now moved east out of the fox19 now
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in our forecast until 8am especially for areas east of downtown cincinnati. while the heaviest rain has come to a end our high water concerns remain with a flood advisory for the most of the tri state until 5:45am and a flood warning for mill creek in southeastern butler and north central hamilton counties remains in effect until 230 pm est wednesday. expect clouds to hold on for the first part of the day as temperatures stay steady in the mid 50s before falling into the 40s by late afternoon. tonight partly cloudy skies with temps back into the 20s and then cold and dry from thursday and friday with highs in upper 30s. we get back into the 40s this weekend with our next chance of rain and snow late sunday into the first part of next week. carstar traffic various lane and ramp closures will be in place on
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interstate 75 at the state route
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northbound i-75: single lane closure at 8 p.m. followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m.; ramp to sr 562 closed at 9 p.m., with all lanes reopened by 6 a.m. the following day, monday, feb. 1 through wednesday, feb. 3. amazon is planning to open three to four hundred brick
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four hundred brick and mortar bookstores in the u-s... the wall street journal. the e-commerce giant would use data from its website, like customer ratings and sales, to decide which books to stock. amazon did open a store last month in clifton, next to u- c's campus... it allows students to order items through amazon student, and have the store for free... but doesn't stock other items. united airlines is going back to an old policy: families with small kids get to board the airplane first. starting february 15th, parents with kids age two or younger will be allowed to pre- board united airlines flights. united dropped that policy in 2012, in an attempt to simplify the boarding process. a spokesman says going back to the old policy is "simply the right thing to do." the mobile ride hail company-- uber -- is doing a little re-
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take a look at the company's new logo-- instead of the stylized white and black 'u,' the new design features an image the company calls the "atom and bit." uber co-founder and c-e-o travis kalanick personally worked on the re-branding.. saying it's an attempt to bring out the human side of uber. something it hasn't done in more than a decade... help from helen the 70-year-old english actress stars in this year's super bowl spot, hurling insults at people who drive under the influence. the last time budweiser did an anti-drunk driving super bowl spot
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and don't worry -- this isn't the only ad we'll see during the big game. the iconic clydesdales will return for the 27- th time. this morning... we're getting our first look at the new trailer for a movie shot right here in cincinnati.. miles ahead - the miles davis bio-pic is directed by and star don cheadle. from director don cheadle - hold it buddy. you got a ticket? you're looking at it. comes a film, as the man, i'm getting my music back. go back go back, i'm not dying over this jazz tape. don't call it jazz man, that's a made up word. it's social music. the movie is set to be released april
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reds players.. and fans... have some very different expectations for this season. joe danneman explains in your morning wake up call. pkg shout out to the reds this morning. i think we all know what the expectations are for this team this coming season... but... what the reds do as well as any organization in sports... is open themselves to their fans. spent some time at the final caravan stop sunday in florence. massive crowd. impressive crowd - considering the new direction of the organization. and we did some interviews. billy hamilton - devin mesoraco - tucker barnhart. and after five states and four days - those three - delivered one message... we hear the critics - but we think we can compete. i put that on twitter and people react - how could
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they crazy - be realistic - they say. i say - what do you want these guys to say? nope - no chance. why even show up. we stink. we give. we're done. listen - pro athletes are wired a way most of us aren't. they aren't stupid - they understand the situation. and - even if they are just feeding us a line... why feed the trolls already lined up to feast on low expectations? i'm joe danneman and that's your morning wake up call. idol nats singing "it's brutal, cause not only the competition itself, but the fact that it's on television and your being judge by millions of people and the schedule if tough, it's all of that." "american idol" hopefuls who survived the notoriously stressful group round, are moving on to their next challenge -- singing solo with a band. this week, they'll get no feedback
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if they're moving on in the competition... you can watch american idol: the farewell season starting at 8 o'clock... only on fox19 now... and tune in tomorrow night to see who makes it to the top 24! nats singing lady gaga will be singing the national anthem for the super bowl this sunday. more big news from the popstar... she'll be performing a david bowie special tribute during the grammys on february 15th. police in ohio say yesterday was a true groundhog day for one man... who was arrested.. more than once... the bizarre details, ahead. a crowd gathers to watch 'jeopardy' as an area college student goes for the big bucks..
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a road has just reopened after heavy rain caused a mudslide... columbia parkway was closed near taft for a few hours... the water was as high as three feet at one point... but again.. it's now back open this morning. kara 2 shot good morning -- it's i'm kara sewell rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams... let's get our first look at the forecast with meteorologist
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the heaviest of our rainfall has now moved east out of the fox19 now however i will keep in our forecast until 8am especially for areas east of downtown cincinnati. while the heaviest rain has come to a end our high water concerns remain with a flood advisory for the most of the tri state until 5:45am and a flood warning for mill creek in southeastern butler and north central hamilton counties remains in effect until 230 pm est wednesday. expect clouds to hold on for the first part of the day as temperatures stay steady in the mid 50s before falling into the 40s by late afternoon. tonight partly cloudy skies with temps back into the 20s and then cold and dry from thursday and friday with highs in upper 30s. we get back into the 40s this weekend with our next chance of rain and snow late sunday into the first part of next week. carstar various lane and ramp closures will
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interstate 75 at the state route 562/norwood lateral mile marker 7 this week. northbound i-75: single lane closure at 8 p.m. followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m.; ramp to sr 562 closed at 9 p.m., with all lanes reopened by 6 a.m. the following day, monday, feb. 1 through wednesday, feb. 3. new this morning... the national
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weather service will be surveying that damage from a tornado in western alabama. the strong system homes, downed powerlines and prison. people packed storm shelters... one man says he helped pull a resident to safety just in time... "it was one guy he was trying to come in and it looked like it was trying to suck him out..we tried to pull him in..and we finally got him in and got the door closed." fortunately, there were only minor injuries reported. weather experts will be on scene today to determine how strong the twister was... our meterologist matt hollaner looked at video of the twister and the damage left behind and says it appears to be an e-f-2 with wind speeds up to 135 miles an hour meantime... nebraska is digging out.. wet, heavy snow caused major problems on roadways. officials asked
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though city crews are doing their best to keep up with snow removal. parts of the state saw more than a foot of snow... and thousands of people lost power. new this morning new this morning... butler county police says alcohol is believed to be a factor in a rollover accident in madison township. it happened last night on state route 122 we're told a pickup truck crossed the center line, drove off the road, up and embankment and then went airborne... the vehicle rolled several times before coming to a stop upside down. crews cut the 77- year-old driver from the truck. he was taken to atrium medical center. investigators say several people called 9-1-1 to report the truck driving recklessly. happening today a mother is set to face a judge after a cincinnati police officer finds her 2-year-old son, wandering the street... barefoot. officer jamie landrum bought a coat, pants, shoes and fresh diapers. a picture posted on facebook, shows the officer lying on the ground, playing with the boy. neighbors found the toddler on montana avenue
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morning. police say his mother, tanisha caldwell eventually made her way to district 3 headquarters... and she was drunk. she's charged with child endangering. happening now right now.. police are searching for a critically missing man.. woodlawn police say victor turner has been diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenic and requires medication. he was last seen at goodwill off of springdale in tri county. if you can help find him call police. happening today happening today... a vote is scheduled to decide whether a boone county museum can move expansion. kara dblbx our jessica brown burlington with proposal. live and kara . that's right this creation museum could triple in size within the next few years. new plans to expand will be going before the boone county planning and zoning commission tonight. vo the museum group says there's just not enough space for traveling exhibits so they want to build a new building that will be big enough to host them which
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square feet. leaders of the creation museum also want to build a new parking lot. if approved the project is expected to take 3-years to complete and cost 15-20 million dollars. which is expected to be paid for through donations. live and planning its recommendation to the boone the meeting is tonight. a wright state university student makes her debut on "jeopardy"... and says she was shocked by all the support from her fellow classmates. emily bingham says she couldn't believe how many people showed up at a beavercreek bar to cheer her on as the episode airead... the senior was one of the students chosen for "jeopardy! college
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champions"... and says she was especially nervous during the final round... "they started revealing the final jeopardy answers and kevin got it right and i thought oh he's gonna beat me but then they showed that he didn't wager very much and i just thought oh i can't believe i just won a game of jeopardy.'" emily finished with a total of 17- thousand, four hundred dollars... sending her to the semi-finals... and keeping her in the running for 100- thousand bucks. it was a groundhog day to remember in south euclid, ohio... one man reliving the same day over.. and over.. .and over again.. south euclid police say christopher "spanky" moore was released from jail at 11 a-m, after completing a recent sentence. at 11:53 a-m, an officer spotted moore walking along a street, carrying items they
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stolen from walgreens and c- v-s. he was re-arrested and transported back to the city jail..... he's now facing criminal charges for the 76th time since 1994. most people were glad about the groundhog's most people were glad about the groundhog's prediction for an early spring.. but one local girl was not... her adorable reaction, ahead. but first.. a check of your current weather and traffic conditions when fox19 now returns. "fox19 now never stops. take us with you wherever you go. download the fox 19 weather now app for live street level radar in your neighborhood. and lightning tracker warns you the instant lightning is detected near you. search fox 19 weather now in the app store or google play weather now anim the heaviest of our rainfall has now
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the fox19 now viewing area however i will keep scattered showers in our forecast until 8am especially for areas east of downtown cincinnati. while the heaviest rain has come to a end our high water concerns remain with a flood advisory for the most of the tri state until 5:45am and a flood warning for mill creek in southeastern butler and north central hamilton counties remains in effect until 230 pm est wednesday. expect clouds to hold on for the first part of the day as temperatures stay steady in the mid 50s before falling into the 40s by late afternoon. tonight partly cloudy skies with temps back into the 20s and then cold and dry from thursday and friday with highs in upper 30s. we get back into the 40s this weekend with our next chance of rain and snow late sunday into the first part of next week. carstar various lane and ramp closures will
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a fundraising event is set for a fairfield boy battling d-i-p-g. the liberty larosa's in hamilton will donate 20-percent of proceeds to kyler bradley... you must present a flyer... you can find it at fox19 now dot com. the warren county safe communities coalition is joining forces with area pizza restaurants to deliver an important message on super bowl sunday. authorities will discuss efforts to curb drunk driving today at the larosa's in lebanon. a heartwarming reaction to groundhog day... next on fox 19 now. an officer takes an unusual way home from work... and comes across a teen in desperate
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what's the matter? i want snow.. this clermont county girl wasn't happy with the groundhog's forecast. five-year-old eliza miller was distraught at finding out phil didn't see his shadow. her mom, beth, busted out her camera after breaking the news of springtime's early arrival.... she says her daughter's love for frozen- may be behind the melt down. adlib 4shot anchors adlib during 4 shot the heaviest of our
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moved east out of the fox19 now viewing area however i will keep scattered showers in our forecast until 8am especially for areas east of downtown cincinnati. while the heaviest rain has come to a end our high water
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most of the tri state until 5:45am and a flood warning for mill creek in southeastern butler and north central hamilton counties remains in effect until 230 pm est wednesday. expect clouds to hold on for the first part of the day as temperatures stay steady in the mid 50s before falling into the 40s by late afternoon. tonight partly cloudy skies with temps back into the 20s and then cold and dry from thursday and friday with highs in upper 30s. we get back into the 40s this weekend with our next chance of rain and snow late sunday into the first part of next week. carstar various lane and ramp closures will
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ramp closures will be in place on interstate 75 at the state route 562/norwood lateral mile marker 7 this week. northbound i-75: single lane closure at 8 p.m. followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m.; ramp to sr 562 closed at 9 p.m., with all lanes reopened by 6 a.m. the following day, monday, feb. 1 through wednesday, feb. 3. bill cosby and his lawyers are expected back in court today in suburban philadelphia. they're attempting to throw out a criminal proceeding against the comic. the former district attorney who declined to arrest cosby on sex-crime
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ago, testified tuesday that he essentially granted the actor lifetime immunity from prosecution in the case. the newly-elected district attorney insists there is no record of any such promise. a shelbyville kentucky police officer says he can't really explain why he didn't take his usual route home from work... but he did. and on a dark, curvy road, he spotted something unusual. "so i backed up and i turned my spotlight on and i seen the toyota in the creek up on its side" officer toby lewis says he called from help.. then jumped into the water. 17-year-old tayler wilson was trapped inside the vehicle. officer lewis says he ripped off the sunroof and saw that wilson's head was bleeding badly.. he held her up to take the pressure off until help arrived. "first thought is actually back to your own children and then you think about his young lady she's got a long life to live ahead of her and hopefully that she would make it to her graduation which
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"people question whether there is a higher power or not that guides you in these things and i think that there has to be" somebody's kid absolutely and whether it's mine or whosever you know it may be yours one of these days .. i hope somebody's there to help . the teen says she has a head full of staples and stictches, bruised lungs and broken ribs.. but is thankful to officer lewis for saving her. answers in genesis is planning another project... details on its proposal to expand the creation musuem, ahead in a live report. live cam and looking live at downtown cincinnati. your weather and traffic is next stay
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the fox19 now viewing area however i will keep scattered showers in our forecast until 8am especially for areas east of downtown cincinnati. while the heaviest rain has come to a end our high water concerns remain with a flood advisory for the most of the tri state until 5:45am and a flood warning for mill creek in southeastern butler and north central hamilton counties remains in effect until 230 pm est wednesday. expect clouds to hold on for the first part of the day as temperatures stay steady in the mid 50s before falling into the 40s by late afternoon. tonight partly cloudy skies with temps back into the 20s and then cold and dry from thursday and friday with highs in upper 30s. we get back into the 40s this weekend with our next chance of rain and snow late
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various lane and ramp closures will be in place on interstate 75 at the state route
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ramp closures will be in place on interstate 75 at the state route 562/norwood lateral mile marker 7 this week. northbound i-75: single lane closure at 8 p.m. followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m.; ramp to sr 562 closed at 9 p.m., with all lanes reopened by 6 a.m. the following day, monday, feb. 1 through wednesday, feb. 3. rob vplaz it's been another rough week for stock investors...and it rough week for stock investors...and it looks like it will only get worse today. asian stocks stumbled again this morning...many investors say they're concerned about dropping oil prices. those oil prices are near 10 year lows... and the dow is reflecting that...dropping nearly 300 points on tuesday. people in north carolina are not too happy with one groundhog's predictions... and we're not talking about punxsutawney phil predicting an early spring. watch as another groundhog makes his pick for the super bowl. he goes with denver. considering this event was held in north carolina...he probably wasn't too liked for his
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drone usage is growing throughout the country....but many consider them a nuisance. one of the big problems...pilots having to avoid them mid flight. they're having similar problems in europe...and now dutch officials have come up with a unique way to take down these unmanned aircraft. take a look at this....they're using eagles, to rip drones out of the sky. the bald eagles have been trained to swoop in, grab the drone, and bring it back to police. rob 2shot budweiser is doing something it hasn't done in more than a decade... after the break, we'll show you their super bowl ad that's getting a lot of hype. kara vo plus the white house is pouring billions more into the military...but it's not to battle isis. see who officials say is even a bigger threat, next. "i heard it coming. i
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a lot of people waking up to massive damage.. after large tornadoes tear through the south. kara vo severe...we also we'll tell you how it will impact your morning commute. we haven't had to worry about this for 25 years, and while i wish it were otherwise, now we do." the white house pouring billions of dollars into the military...to combat a threat, they're calling more dangerous than isis. kara 2shot good morning everyone... i'm kara sewell. rob 2shot and i'm rob williams. we want to get a
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